Sunday, February 26, 2017

Five "Out of the Box" Spring Break Trips

Spring Break is just around the corner and if you’re looking to do something other than the usual “sit on the beach and drink all day,” check out these spots to plan your next adventure.

Moab, Utah

Moab has a little bit of everything; from river rafting to off-roading there’s something for every adventure lover. Although there are a wide variety of activities to do in Moab, Arches National Park is widely regarded as the top place to visit. To see all that Moab has to offer check out this website

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is truly breathtaking. While hiking is the most common and affordable way to see the Grand Canyon, if your budget allows it a helicopter tour of the gorge would be well worth your while.

Summit County, Colorado

Summit County boasts some of the world’s best skiing featuring resorts like Keystone, Breckenridge and Copper Mountain. The mountainous county is skiers dream is a great place to visit in March to get in one last ski trip.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

One of the most beautiful national parks in the United States, it would be wrong to exclude Yellowstone from an outdoor adventure list. Yellowstone has a little bit of everything. From wildlife like buffalo and elk, to gorgeous waterfalls and world famous hot springs like Old Faithful, the Castle Geyser and the Riverside Geyser.

Santa Cruz Island, California

Southern California is a great place to visit in March especially if it’s still cold where you’re living. While Santa Cruz has a lot to offer, a kayak through Santa Cruz Island is at the top of the list for outdoor lovers.  With hundreds of caves to explore, you can spend all day on the water and still have more to see the next day. Not only are there endless caves to explore, the Channel Islands also have a very diverse wildlife population with animals like pigs and foxes.

As you begin to plan your spring break trip, skip the booze filled parties and consider a vacation spent outdoors instead! And as always check out Low Valley Outfitters to gear up for your next adventure.

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